Almost two years ago, Marc Jacobs launched Daisy to much success. And now, there's a new gal in town, named Lola ($65 to $85). "Where Daisy is more innocent and sweet, Lola is more sensual — the name conjures up a flirtatious, warm spirit," Jacobs told WWD. Think of Lola as the bolder, older sister, with a somewhat vampy feel.
The fragrance will contain top notes of pink peppercorn, ruby red grapefruit, and pear d’anjou, with fuchsia peony, rose, and geranium serving as the middle notes, and vanilla, tonka bean, and creamy musk as the bottom notes. It will be topped off with a cap of of violet, fuchsia, and red flowers in somewhat of a wild, helter-skelter design.
I can't help but wonder, could Jacobs's latest scent be a nod to muse Madonna's only daughter, Lourdes? Whatever the case, look for Lola to be sold exclusively by Bloomingdale's for the first month of its launch in August.
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